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Assisting others/childcare: Baby carriage/cribs

11 tips and ideas 
User next to crib with the gate open
Photo:  Tomas EngblomAdjustable-height crib
Crib suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children
Adjustable-height cribAdjustable-height crib
Crib suitable for parents with disabilities
Book for parents with physical disabilitiesBook for parents with physical disabilities
Tips and ideas for parents of young children
Combi stroller with soft fabric carrierCombi stroller with soft fabric carrier
A Combi-stroller works well for parents with disabilities who have young children
Modified rollator walker. Photo from mammapappalam.seCombined rollator and crib
A modified rollator walker with extended lower section – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children.
Mawok cradle. Photo from mammapappalam.seCradle suspended from ceiling
A cradle suspended from the ceiling for infants – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children
Troll crib, stand-alone. Photo from mammapappalam.seCrib
“Bedside crib” that can be placed next to adult beds – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children
Crib, power-operated adjustable heightCrib, adjustable height power-operated
Power-operated adjustable height crib with side rails, user-friendly for parents with disabilities
User at cribHigh bed with play area
High crib makes it easier for a parent who uses a wheelchair to communicate with their child
User with her baby in an infant carrier on wheelsInfant carrier on wheels
Modified crib with fabric over the opening of the bedModified crib on wheels
Crib on wheels with the opening on one long side suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children